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Posted by admin On November - 24 - 2015

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The lovely Rita Cosby & The Amazing Kreskin


At the party Kreskin found himself in the enviable position of attempting to read the thoughts of of prominent attorney Doug Burns.

Celebrated her birthday

Sunday evening November 21, 2015 at

The Peninsula Hotel in NYC 


The Amazing Kreskin  

       Stopped by to

Congratulate & read her thoughts.

Chicago Yellow Cabs feature Kreskin segment on Jimmy Fallon

Posted by admin On November - 11 - 2015

Attention!! Kreskin may be riding with you in Chicago! One of our great Chicago fans alerted us that a segment Kreskin performed on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is now appearing in a Fallon Show promo in the yellow cabs of Chicago.


Obama in bed with Fidel Castro

Posted by admin On November - 5 - 2015

Kreskin will shortly be presenting his reflections and predictions on the ramifications of the Presidential team unloading the prison population with the anticipation of “saving millions of dollars of prison costs”. There will be a strong headline to his commentary because of behind the scene information he is going to reveal. Consequently the appropriate theme being



WMTR RADIO – Your New Jersey News Connection

Posted by admin On November - 5 - 2015

Kreskin Will Be On The Air:

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Julie Briggs, Kreskin & Jesse Frees

Sunday, November 8th



Jesse Frees & Julie Briggs

Your New Jersey Connection

WMTR-1250AM RADIO Morristown, NJ


If you’re in the Lakewood, NJ area this Friday November 6th don’t miss Kreskin performing what he calls, “a wild seance.” You’ve seen Kreskin perform this seance on Jimmy Fallon and Howard Stern, however Kreskin has something even wilder in mind for his big show at the Strand Theater this Friday. Not to be missed!!


KDKA-TV CBS Pittsburgh

Posted by admin On November - 3 - 2015

Fantastic Interview


Watch Interview

Dave Crawley

KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh


Posted by admin On October - 30 - 2015

RUE MORGUE…Horror in Culture & Entertainment


Catch up on all your Spirits, Demons & Superstitions by purchasing a copy of

Rue Morgue at your local book seller.

125 Years of the Ouija Board


80 Years of The Amazing Kreskin


NEWS: Toronto Sun
Kreskin comes to aid of hypnotic ex-principal blamed for death of three students
Postmedia Network
Thursday, October 22, 2015, 3:38 PM


The Amazing Kreskin aka George Kresge Jr. on stage at the Glenn Gould Studio. (WENN.COM)
The Amazing Kreskin has come to the defence of a Florida principal who was fired after three students he hypnotized died shortly after.
“This man has been railroaded,” Kreskin said of Dr. George Kenney, the Sarasota County High School principal who was forced out in 2012. Earlier this month, the school board agreed to pay $600,000 to the three families whose children died — two by suicide, one in a car crash — after Kenney hypnotized them as treatment for stress and concentration problems.
Kreskin, 80, says putting the blame on the principal’s hypnotic sessions is a crime: hypnotism doesn’t even exist.
For decades, the famous mentalist has offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who can prove the existence of a hypnotic trance.
“He caused no one’s death through hypnosis because he never put anyone in a ‘hypnotic trance.’ He never did, it’s just not possible,” Kreskin said in a media release.
He said if the case ever went to court, it would never stand up, and offered to testify on Kenney’s behalf if he chooses to fight the accusations.
“No one should go through life having others believe that they caused three suicides when they are truly innocent. That is a burden I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy,” Kreskin says in the release.




NEW YORK: The Amazing Kreskin is making an open offer to Dr. George Kenney, the Sarasota County High School Principal who was fired for allegedly causing the suicides of three high school students after ‘hypnotizing’ them. This case has attracted national coverage over the past 2 weeks.

As a result, Dr. Kenney has retired and moved to another state. Kreskin is adamant that Mr. Kenney’s ‘hypnotizing’ had absolutely nothing to do with these tragic deaths.

For decades, Kreskin has offered $100,000 to any hypnotist who can prove conclusively the existence of a hypnotic trance. In fact, Kreskin won a legendary lawsuit in the 1980’s that proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is no such thing as a ‘hypnotic’ trance. Kreskin states, “There is already legal precedent, this man has been railroaded.”

Kreskin is adamant that if Mr. Kenney had gone to trial, the case would have been thrown out of court. The Amazing One feels so strongly about this injustice, that he is offering to proudly testify on behalf of Mr. Kenney to not only get his reputation back, but to prove he was not at fault for these horrible ‘suicides’. Kreskin states, “This will be a monumental case and I will support Dr. Kenney in proving that he caused no one’s death through hypnosis because he never put anyone in a ‘hypnotic trance’. He never did, it’s just not possible, and I can prove it yet again! Can you believe that it has been strongly suggested that one of the suicides was a fatal car accident during which the driver hypnotized himself!!!”

After a lawsuit filed by the families of the deceased teenagers, the Sarasota County school district agreed to pay each family $200,000 to settle the matter. Kreskin concludes that, “No one should go through life having others believe that they caused 3 suicides when they are truly innocent. That is a burden I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy.”


Principal George Kenney fired for “Hypnosis suicides”

Amazing Kreskin says ‘hypnosis is BS,’

Posted by admin On October - 12 - 2015
78308126            ...Bashes Florida principal trance scandal


The Amazing Kreskin wants you to snap out of it.

The famed mentalist on Friday bashed believers of hypnosis, saying a Florida school district got fleeced into paying the families of three students who died after allegedly being put in a trance by their principal.

“Talk about a disgraceful abuse of scientific mumbo jumbo,” Kreskin wrote in a rant about the recent $600,000 settlement the Sarasota County School District reached with grieving families this week. “There is the immense power of suggestion but hypnosis is B.S.”

The payout comes four years after former North Port High School Principal George Kenney hypnotized Wesley McKinley, 16, Marcus Freeman, 16, and Brittany Palumbo, 17.

McKinley and Palumbo took their own lives, while Freeman died in a car accident. All three died shortly after Kenney’s trances in 2011. However, their deaths were never linked to hypnosis.

“If it’s possible to cause suicide through hypnosis, should I seriously consider going on satellite television with the attempt to attract viewers who are members of ISIS and then bring about mass suicide of our enemy?” Kreskin said.

“The question I suggest is who in the hell had the asinine, imbecilic, stupid, unscientific idea that this had to do with hypnosis?” he added.

The legendary soothsayer, who has about 60 years of experience under his belt, reiterated his longstanding $100,000 offer to anyone who can scientifically prove that hypnotic trances exist.

Kreskin was sued in New Jersey court in 1986 by a hypnotist who unsuccessfully sought to demonstrate hypnosis.

“My $100,000 offer which has never been taken on since that 1986 trial, has never been taken on by either a stage hypnotist, a psychiatrist, a scientist, or ruthless lawyer, says something about my position,” he said.